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Mobile phones are without a doubt our most personal and intimate computers. They are with us at all times, and we have become extremely reliant on them. At Ubergizmo we follow the latest developments, products and rumors of this extremely vibrant eco-system. Don’t miss a beat, and don’t forget that Ubergizmo is mobile-friendly too!

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Wizup Windows Phone 7 App Lets You Interact with Advertising

09/27/2010, A cool app developed for Microsoft’s Windows Phone 7 mobile operating system is taking the Shazam concept for song identification for advertisements. Rather than dealing with clunky barcodes, SMS, and other methods to gain user interactivity with...

Kawkaba 3000 electric car concept

09/27/2010, Concepts of electric cars are dime a dozen, and we have the Kawkaba 3000 electric car this time round to keep the industry on their toes. Designed by Hussein, this will turn heads if it ever makes it to the road simply because it has a cute form factor,...

Motorola Oasis Bluetooth headset announced

09/27/2010, Motorola’s small Oasis Bluetooth headset has just been announced, where this tiny little device is capable of delivering superior wind and noise cancellation, coupled with a 6-hour talk time and 7 days’ worth of standby time. Not only that,...

Apple gets 200k worth of iPhone 4 pre-orders in China

09/27/2010, Apple has already racked up 200k worth of iPhone 4 pre-orders in China thanks to the efforts of Unicom. This might sound impressive, but when you take into account a population of over a billion people in China alone, that 200,000 figure is nothing but a...

Sony Ericsson will no longer deliver phones running on Symbian OS

09/27/2010, It is the end of the road where the Symbian operating system is concerned for Sony Ericsson handsets, as they will be rolling out Android only in the future. Truth be told, Symbian has been on the decline when it comes to groundbreaking and newer...

HTC Hero discontinued by Telus

09/27/2010, The HTC Hero comes in a different form factor as it has a curved bottom, something that makes it instantly recognizable at first glance. Well, Telus has just announced that they will be discontinuing this smartphone after being made available to the...

Nagisa Phone concept looks good

09/27/2010, Mac Funamizu is back with yet another design, and this time round it will be a smartphone known as the Nagisa Phone. A couple of key elements stand out here, where the first would be the dented looking keypad that might remind some of you out there of a...

Motorola To Fix Droid X Text Messaging Error

09/27/2010, This isn’t the most ideal situation for Motorola the moment. First it took a while for the Android 2.2 update to arrive on the Droid X, and when it did, problems started to appear, including problems with music, ringtones, and now SMS messages....

New Palm Models P102UNA And P102EWW Mentioned

09/27/2010, We must be inching closer towards the announcement of new Palm devices as the Palm models P102UNA and P102EWW have received their US and Canadian certifications. In case you aren’t familiar with the naming conventions, the former should...

UMA Coming To Android On T-Mobile?

09/26/2010, The lack of UMA on Android devices might be an issue to some folks, but T-Mobile might be gearing up to solve that issue soon. Recent leaked pictures show that an Android Wi-Fi calling app will be arriving from T-Mobile, though it’s unlikely that it...

No Apple FaceTime In The UAE And Qatar

09/26/2010, Reports are in that Apple’s freshly-launched iPhone 4 in Qatar and the UAE won’t support FaceTime, Apple’s video-calling feature. Apparently the feature is missing from phones sold at UAE carriers Etisalat and du, not to mention Vodafone...

T-Mobile USA Launches Its First Solar Cell Tower

09/26/2010, T-Mobile must be trying to get in on the green game too as the carrier has launched its first US solar-powered cell tower in Chalfont, Pennsylvania. The site sports 12 solar panels that are touted to be efficient enough to be self-sufficient and even feed...